Company: Vidal Estate, Esk Valley, Te Awa Collection, Villa Maria Estate
Uploaded: 27 August 2021
Closes: 27 September 2021
Villa Maria continues to lead the industry in innovation, sustainability and quality while remaining proudly NZ owned and operated. The reason for our excellent wine? Our people! This is your opportunity to be part of the team that brings the world New Zealand’s most awarded wine.
About the role
We have a Vineyard Assistant's role available now in our viticulture team for an enthusiastic, hard working person. This is a permanent, full-time role based in Marlborough where you will be working as part of our vineyard teams.
You will be involved in a range of tasks including pruning, irrigation repairs and maintenance, trellising maintenance, vine training and data collection.
This is a full-time role and will require you to work up to 12-hour shifts during our peak harvest season including night shifts and weekends. This is a physical job that involves lifting up to 15kgs, as well as walking up to 10kms per day. If you enjoy the outdoors and physical activity, then this job is perfect for you!
What we are looking for:
- personal pride in carrying out your work to a high standard
- great time keeping
- a good eye for quality and detail
- a great communicator (both verbal and written)
- as a minimum, hold a FULL clean class 1 drivers license
- excellent physical health and fitness
Considering either starting or developing your career in the viticulture industry? This could be the opportunity you have been waiting for. Either come with existing experience or a great attitude/physical condition and enthusiasm for learning, as we'll provide all of the necessary training. In return, you'll earn good money and broaden your experience within the viticulture industry.
Please note that to be considered you must be able to work in New Zealand permanently.
Only people eligible to work in this country should apply for this position. Please provide evidence of your work visa or citizenship.
- For information about the Marlborough wine region, click here.